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1975 5
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1977 4
1978 10
1979 16
1980 15
1981 17
1982 17
1983 24
1984 20
1985 22
1986 19
1987 22
1988 25
1989 36
1990 20
1991 25
1992 24
1993 38
1994 36
1995 31
1996 30
1997 37
1998 37
1999 18
2000 35
2001 48
2002 63
2003 36
2004 65
2005 47
2006 47
2007 44
2008 45
2009 34
2010 34
2011 38
2012 50
2013 23
2014 44
2015 29
2016 22
2017 27
2018 28
2019 15
2020 0
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Fact or Fiction? Powered Toothbrushing is More Effective than Manual Toothbrushing.
Goh EX and Lim LP. Oral Health Prev Dent 2017 - Review. PMID 28232971
RESULTS: Powered toothbrushes have been found to be as effective as manual toothbrushes in removing plaque and reducing gingival inflammation. ...Among the powered toothbrushes, there is evidence to suggest that rotation-oscillation toothbrushes may be more effective than others. ...
RESULTS: Powered toothbrushes have been found to be as effective as manual toothbrushes in removing plaque and reducing gingiv …
Safety of oscillating-rotating powered brushes compared to manual toothbrushes: a systematic review.
Van der Weijden FA, et al. J Periodontol 2011 - Review. PMID 20831367 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Oscillating-rotating power toothbrushes have been proven clinically efficacious. To our knowledge, a comprehensive review of all clinical and laboratory investigations solely comparing the safety of these toothbrushes to the standard of care (i.e., manual toothbrushes) has not been published. ...CONCLUSION: A large body of published research in the preceding 2 decades has consistently shown oscillating-rotating toothbrushes to be safe compared to manual toothbrushes, demonstrating that these power toothbrushes do not pose a clinically relevant concern to hard or soft tissues....
BACKGROUND: Oscillating-rotating power toothbrushes have been proven clinically efficacious. To our knowledge, a comprehensive review …
Tooth brushing motion patterns with manual and powered toothbrushes-a randomised video observation study.
Ganss C, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28623465
INTRODUCTION: Systematic reviews have shown that powered toothbrushes (PTs) are more effective than manual toothbrushes (MTs), but with only minor effect sizes. ...The aim of the present study was therefore to analyse motion habits with PT in comparison to MT toothbrushes by video observation. ...
INTRODUCTION: Systematic reviews have shown that powered toothbrushes (PTs) are more effective than manual toothbrushes (MTs), …
A new tooth brushing approach supported by an innovative hybrid toothbrush-compared reduction of dental plaque after a single use versus an oscillating-rotating powered toothbrush.
Klonowicz D, et al. BMC Oral Health 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30400892 Free PMC article.
METHODS: It was a randomized, examiner-blind, single-center study performed on two parallel groups: hybrid toothbrush (n = 33) versus oscillating-rotating toothbrush (n = 33). ...A global tolerance assessment of each powered toothbrush was done on all the subjects. The number and percentage of reactions related to each toothbrush was collected and the final tolerance assessment was estimated. ...
METHODS: It was a randomized, examiner-blind, single-center study performed on two parallel groups: hybrid toothbrush (n = 33) versus …
Is it safe to use a toothbrush?
Oliveira SC, et al. Acta Odontol Scand 2014 - Review. PMID 24931926
AIM: To systemically collect and summarize the literature on case reports concerning adverse events associated with the oral use of a toothbrush. ...Most of the cases that presented with adverse events of the oral use of a toothbrush were referred for treatment to a physician. ...
AIM: To systemically collect and summarize the literature on case reports concerning adverse events associated with the oral use of a too
Oral cleanliness in daily users of powered vs. manual toothbrushes - a cross-sectional study.
Petker W, et al. BMC Oral Health 2019. PMID 31142309 Free PMC article.
Little is known about the performance of people who use a powered toothbrush. The present study thus analysed whether the capability to achieve oral cleanliness is better in people for whom powered toothbrushing is a daily routine. ...CONCLUSIONS: No advantage of daily powered toothbrushing as compared to daily manual toothbrushing was seen with respect to oral hygiene or clinical parameters. ...
Little is known about the performance of people who use a powered toothbrush. The present study thus analysed whether the capability …
Evaluation of the Ability of Five- to 11-Year-Olds to Brush Their Teeth Effectively with Manual and Electric Toothbrushing.
Kerr R, et al. Pediatr Dent 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30803472
Purpose: This study's purposes were to: (1) correlate toothbrushing effectiveness measured by plaque removal with children's parent- reported ability to perform life tasks and their executive function; and (2) compare plaque removal by children using a manual versus electric toothbrush. ...Results: The type of toothbrush had no effect on brushing effectiveness. Ability to write a complete address, tie shoes independently, cut meat with a knife, and cut out complex shapes were associated with better toothbrushing effectiveness. ...
Purpose: This study's purposes were to: (1) correlate toothbrushing effectiveness measured by plaque removal with children's parent- …
Influence of the oscillation frequency of different side-to-side toothbrushes on noncontact biofilm removal.
Schmidt JC, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2018. PMID 29356919
In addition, decreasing the oscillation frequencies of the side-to-side toothbrushes showed an enhanced variety in the results of repeated experiments. CONCLUSIONS: The oscillation frequency of the tested side-to-side toothbrushes affected the biofilm reduction in an interdental space model. ...
In addition, decreasing the oscillation frequencies of the side-to-side toothbrushes showed an enhanced variety in the results of rep …
Somebody's Watching Me
Feuerstein P. Dent Today 2016. PMID 28437046
Ugh, Toothbrushes!
[No authors listed] Dent Today 2015. PMID 26393253
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